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Arrival of Trains.
No. ii from Richmondi arrives at 11:17 a. m.
35 " Washington " " 9:5$ p. m.
" 12 " Atlanta " " 7:22 p. m
36 " Atlanta " 9:353.01"
37 " New York " " 8:51 a. m
3S " Atlanta " " 9:00 p. m.
6 Northbound freight leaves at 12m.
" 63 Southbound " ' "5:15 p. tn.
Nos. 11 and 12 are the local trains between
Richmond and Atlanta. Nos. 35 and 36 are the
last m ill traius between Atlanta and Washing
Liu. Nos. 37 and 3S are the Washington and
uthvvcstern Vcstibultd Limited trains and stop
.it Concord on signal.
A Pocket book,
Curd Case, or
Purs i3 useful
raid always ac
ceptable as . a
have a line of
ents in leather.
Ladies and gen
in seal, snake,
calf and Russia
Prices range from 10 cts to
HIKE'S DRUG STORE,
( BATCH OF LOCAL NEWS.
Vit ln tl Up and Put in Shape My Onr
flustliu Pencil Pnshrer.
. B!?,ck eilk mufflers at Gibson &
From December 19 to 25 the
Southern will sell round trip tickets
to Atlanta for 4-75.
Mr. J T Pounds is closing out
bargains in furniture in the Morris
building, next door to Morris Houie.
Alfred Arey, colored, probably a
hundred years old, died Sunday. He
?ived in re.ir of Scotia seminary.
all wool blankets left at
Cjmu before thpy are all
Gibson & Morrison.
the toy and Christmas
merchants trade today was unusually
good Everybody was rushed.
The Christmas germane to be
held in Patterscn's Hall Wednesday
and Thursday nights will be lead by
GrocorTuuin John K Patterson
has undoubtedly the best trade of
the town, for he has the freshest
goods and the greatest variety of
any store in the city. Hominy,
grits and buckwheat always fresh.
There will be a sale of revenue- j
seized property on January 8 at 12
m. at Brown Bros. Stables, by R S
Harris, Deputy Collector.
His congregation is preparing to
pound the Rey. M D Giles, pastor of
the Mt. Pleasant Methodist church.
It will occur tonight
Ileinz's mixed pickles and fine
Daisy cream cheese, besides an as
s )rtment of candies and nuts special
ly for the Christmas trade at John
K Patterson's. Newest goods in
The Southern will sell tickets
from Concord to Atlanta and return
on account of exposition, December
19th to 25th inclusive, for $4.?5
for round trip. Final limit five
days from date of sale.
Of the eightyone pension war
rants received for distribution by
Register Weddington last week, only
seventeen remain in his office, twelve
for widows and five for the veterans.
Mr. W L Bell, the popular furui
ture dealer of Concord, servered his
connection with Dry & Wadsworth,
Saturday evening. He has opened
out in the office of King & Lore un
til he can secure his room, now oc
cupied by Lowe & Son. Mr. Bell
ha3 become so . well identified with
the furniture business that he will
not be at a los3 to know were to
take bold and how to hold.
III i I i ib
Shoes, shoes for everybody at
G:bson & Morrison. 624.
The Southern l as reduced the
rates to Atlanta and rerlirn on
December 19 to 25, include, limited
five days from date of sale to 175.
No services vere hid Sunday
morning or night in Forest fljjl
Methodist church, owing to the
absence of the pastor, who is in
A full lme of silk handkeichiefs
at 15, 45, 50, 65, 75 cents and 1 00.
G.bson &, Morrison.
The chain gang is doing some very
good and long needed work on the
public road leading from town to
Mt. Pleasant in the swamp at Big
Cold Water creek. The bed is be
Popping firecrackers should not be
al'owed before 9;30 o'clock tonight
or tommorrow night, if at all, on ac
count of the ladies who wish to do
their chopping after night. See
Sunday school teachera of Cen
trel Methodist church have arranged
to entertain the classes at their prK
ate homes during the holidays.
Usual prayer-meeting service will be
held on Wednesday night.
White counterpanes, the bess in
town for the price.
Gibson & Morrison.
rPu : s t - o ii
j uc leunaiub or jjov onh'aKio, .'.no
of the victims in the terrible ex
plosion that occurred at the coai
mines in Chatham countv biafc
Thursday, were brought to this
place, hisold home, for interment.
At the Episcopal church a Christ
mas tree will be lighted on Wednes
day evening at 5:30 o'clock and pres
ents distributed to the members of
the Sunday school. An appropriate
Christmas programme has been ars
Singers, public speakers, actors,
auctioneers, teachers prcacners, and
all who are liable to overtax and ir
ritate the yocal organs, find, in Ay
ei's Cherry Pectoral, a safe, certain,
and speedy relief. A timely dose of
this preparation has prevented many
a throat trouble.
Dr. J N J Anderson's horse ran
away and thiew him out of the
buggy two miles from Lexington
Saturday evening. The horse got
away . with the buggy aud was
caught some miles from the scene.
The doctor escaped with a jolt up
Come and see our side combs,
hair ornaments. Gibson & Morrison.
Instead of the usual Wednesday
night service at the First Presby
terian church a Christmas entertain
ment'of songs and recitations, and
an offering for the children's home
at Barium Springs Orphanage, The
public is inyited to attend tins
A genuine ghost-story has yet to
be attested; but not so a genuine
bloodpurifier. Over and over again
it has been proved that Ayer's Sar
saporilJa stands alone among medi
cines as the mo3t reliable tonical
terative in pharmacy. It stood
alone at the World's Fair.
Wiley Miller, one of Mr. Jacob
Doye's wagoners locked the hind
wheel of his big wagon in the wheel
to the hack of Mr, George Piott
Saturday evening, on Main street,
causing a break down. The acci
dent was unavoidable, the matter
compromised and no arrest made.
Enochville Academy has closed
for Christmas holidays. The school
has just closed its most successful
term, the enrollment being all the
accomodations would admit. Prof.
Wright says he will challenge the
State schools to show a better be
haved cr more industrious set of !
THE RUSH OF HUMANITY.
People Who Travel, as Seen by
Mr. ChfcB. F Ritchis wa3 dovn
from Salisbury yesterday.
Mr. Frank O Rogers hai go: e
iu iianuue lor a rew days.
Miss Bird Cross, of Burdette,
is visiting Miss Agnes Moss.
Mr. Paul Bernhardt, of Salis
bury, was in the city yesterday.
Messrs. Zebulon" Parne'.l and
Bruce Moore have gone to Atlanta.
Master Beanie Craven arrived
home Saturday night from Trinity.
Miss Gerhude Pharr, of Char
lotte, is visiting at Mr. N F Yorke's.
Mr. George Donald, et Greens
boro, is spending several daya id
Messrs. Frank McGraw and
John Carrel! spent Sunday in M.
Master Luther Brown is home
from Salem, Ya., having arrived
turd ay nig. it.
Missea Minnie Coble, Cooper
and Emma Moore are yisiting in
Rey, J R Rogers and wife of
Lincoln county, are visiting at Esq.
J M Burrage's,
Miss Ida Mclnnis, of Forest
Hill, lias gone to Rockingham to
Miss .Lucia Parks of Rocky
River, spent today in the eitywith
Mrs. W S Bingham.
Mrs. Fred Smith, after spend
ing a week in the city, returned to
Richmond this morning,
Printer Rowland Harris, of the
Salisbury World force, spent Sunday
in the city with relatives,
Mrs. T J Fetzer and children, of
Durham, re visiting at Mrs. Kate
Guodson's, on Depot street.
Mis3 Mary Louis Harris, teach
er in the graded schools of Winston,
is home spending the holidays.
Rev- R H Parker and son, Wil
lie, left this morning for Aeheville,
where they will spend several dayst
Mrs. John Gray, of Forest Hil J,
left this morning for Winston, to
spend a f jw days with her daughter.
Mr. Ernest Linton, of North
Carolina College, passed through
the city on his way to Charlotte
Mrs. Dr. E J Buchanan, of
Lexington, arrived in the cityjtoday
and is stopping at her father's, Mr.
Mr. C D Cobb passed through
from MeLeansville, Guilford county,
en route to Mt. Pleasant,5where he
will spend Christmas.
Messrs. Oliver Russell and
Charles Prop3t came in Saturday
night from Clifton, S. C. They will
remain here during the holidays,
Miss Laura Gourley will leave
to-morrow evening for her home at
Flowe's, for a month's vacation.
She will spend a week in South
Fair weather signal floats today.
No forecast for tomorrow.
Mr. Ed Underwood will, on to
morrow, be married to Miss Emma
Hudson, both of Cannonyille.
Biiclilen Arnica salye.
The Bek Salve in tke world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum,-Fever Sores, Tetterd Chappe
Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
Skin Eruptions, and positivelyxures
Piles or no pay requi-ed. It is
guaranteed to give statiefaction or
money refunded. Price 25cents per
box. For sale at P BJFeizar's Drug
WHEN PEOPLE SEE THE BAR
GAINS WE HAVE THEY
"WONDEK HOW WE GET
Take Towles Yc
have a splendid one for 10c. A gen
tleman came in the other day and
bought them thought we were bluN
.log him. We got in another lot.
Such a collection and variety of
Ladies Handkerchiefs in
plain and farcy border. Think of
bujing thrm for 5c, Can't tell them
from 10c ones.
Such useful presents. You can buy
one for 75c 2.25, 83.50, $4,00.
GLOVES 15, 20, 25 and 35c.
Kid Gloves, pretty Bhades at $1,00
per paii a.
Quite a pretty line of SATINS
for fancy work.
Split your S;.des for 25c .
and quite a good line of SERGES
45 inches wide 40c. per yard.
Don't lorget, all wool, both ways
25c. yd. Beautiful white Counter
panes 81.00, 81.50 and S2.00.
Presents that satisfy, easo tne
conscience and give you the happiest
Christmas ever spent. Can t miss it
on anything. Bound to win. No
contributed to 'tliis
show. You might
pay from 5 cts tO' $l,
but that's not the
point. We offer sev
eral dozen handker
chiefs at very low
prices. We arewill
ing that you should
go everywhere else
and try to better
them and then'come
here. Your better
judgment will do the
Linen drawn work
at all prices, from $1
per dozen to $9.
Come and see us and
we will do you!good.
l l Mil
LOWE S bOiyiP
The best thing in
LADIKS FLUOED LINED
BLACK SEAMLESS HOSE
for the small sum of 10 cents.
TLe same thing in men's at 10
i3six hook corset- for ijO cents
' what. you ought to see.
rom 2 J to 35 cents and are
Nothing cheaper in town
than our line of
U u a
If you want a
for 50 cents that is worth.
you can get it.
LOWE & SON